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nej
can anyone help?
i am a new linux user.i have just set up a linux machine with the most basic linux setup (ie..no desktop etc..) i would like to telnet to this machine. how can i set it so that it allows me to do that??

its already on the network and can be pinged..
Joey
Do yourself a favor and don't ever use telnet.

Install/setup SSH on your server/client and use that instead. Information about SSH can be found at http://www.openssh.org and http://www.ssh.com.

There's also an SSH guide or two in our Guides Page at http://www.linuxhelp.ca/guides/
Corey
i had a bunch more stuff wrote here, but joey posted quicker then me


To log into a linux box remotely , you use the command: "ssh -l username 192.168.0.5" as an example. If you want to connect to your linux box from a Windows machine, then I would recommend getting the program Putty, just do a search on google for "putty download" and it should be the first match.
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